kin bunch of arse that was. 96% on highway code then 25% on so called hazard perception. Place full of 17 year olds getting 80% because apparently they get that itâs all about âdeveloping hazardsâ as opposed to actual hazards so someone crossing the road walking towards a car is a âclick of the mouseâ and full marks but a click when a car actually pulls out from a junction is a fail âcos Iâm supposed to expect it. Which I do about 100 tmes a day in the real world when I drive from Horsham to the City on my Triumph Tiger or Harley Dyna as I've had full UK bike license for 20 years. . So I click every time I expect something to happen. Then I fail for âunsatisfactory test takingâ by clicking too many times. Arghhhhhh! So, a bunch of kids who canât drive now think theyâre experts and someone who has driven just about every bike ever made for 20 years all over the planet and has never been injured and has a pilotâs license apparently has poor hazard perception? WTF is that about?